One of the significant skills you may have to develop as you make the transition to university and living independently is the ability to manage your time effectively. Chemistry student and guest blogger Manpreet shares her experience and offers advice to help you succeed in your studies.
We all claim to be excellent communicators in our applications but how many of us really demonstrate this vital skill? And what do we even mean by communication?
If you’re familiar with the adage that people spend more time planning their holidays than their careers, then what better way to combine both activities and taking one of our top Careers resources recommendations on vacation? Whether you’ve recently graduated and have been procrastinating on what to do next, if your parents or loved ones …
There is a lot going on in the world and it seems daily we are seeing historians commenting on how current global events, such as Donald Trump and Brexit, relate back to our history. This got me thinking about the CV, what is its history and what can we learn from how it has evolved over …
The Christmas music is playing in the shops and bars. There is no way around it, you can’t avoid the fact it is Christmas time. A time to eat and exchange gifts and cards. Wow, where did the autumn go? Now is the time to rest, recuperate and complete outstanding applications. Deadlines looming!!
Does having a disability have an impact on career planning? Well, that depends because disability and planning your future are both complex areas – so here are some scenarios to consider.
The importance of employability skills ‘Top 10 skills employers require‘ for graduate recruiters is well documented, notably by ‘High Fliers’ in their annual graduate recruitment survey where it is consistently reported that a majority of the top employers rate these skills at least as highly as academic achievement.